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Lady Truckers, Technicians win in NPVA action

The Johnson’s Lady Truckers and the Technicians were winners in Wednesday night’s action in the New Providence Volleyball Association (NPVA). The games were played at the D.W. Davis Gymnasium.

In the women’s game, the Lady Truckers took down the Lady Technicians in three straight sets. They prevailed, 25-9, 25-14 and 25-6.

The Lady Truckers set the tone of the game early, easily winning the first set. The Lady Technicians had a little more effort in the second set, but they were completely outmatched in the third and final set.

Sonia Hinsey led the way for the Lady Truckers, scoring seven points over the three sets. Genie Adderley scored six points.

Chryshann Percentie had three points for the Lady Technicians.

The Lady Truckers’ Genie Adderley led all players in the aces department with five service points. Her teammate Tenaj Cooper had five spikes.

Leading all players in sets was the Lady Truckers’ Ashley Burrows with 11.

The men’s game was more competitive. They went to four sets with the Technicians coming out on top of Da Basement three sets to one. They prevailed, 25-22, 24-26, 27-25 and 26-24.

The match was fiercely contested throughout, but it appeared that fatigue kicked for Da Basement in the fourth set.

As a team, the Technicians had 39 spikes compared to 23 for Da Basement.

The Lady Truckers next game will be on Sunday against the University of The Bahamas Mingoes at 3:30 p.m. The Technicians will resume play next Wednesday, when they take on the Lady Defenders at 7:30 p.m.

Tonight, the ladies’ game will feature the Mingoes going against the Twin Brothers Lady Warhawks at 7:30 p.m. Da Basement will play the National Fence Intruders in the men’s feature at 9 p.m. tonight. The second game on Sunday will feature the Technicians going up against the Warhawks. That game will be played at 5 p.m.

Simba French

Sports Reporter at The Nassau Guardian
Simba joined The Nassau Guardian in 2012 as a technical producer for Guardian Radio 96.9 FM. He joined the Editorial Department as a sports reporter in 2018. Simba has covered a wide range of sports stories, including the 2018 CARIFTA in Nassau, Bahamas.
Education: College of the Bahamas, BA Media Journalism

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